Sanctuary and Serenity

Relationship Bill of Rights

Posted on: April 4, 2010

Relationship Bill of Rights

The right to emotional support

The right to be heard by your partner and to be responded to with courtesy

The right to have your feelings and experiences acknowledged as real and valid

The right to clear and informative answers to questions that concern you

The right to live free from criticism and judgment

The right to live free from accusation and blame

The right to encouragement

The right to live free from emotional and physical threat

The right to be respectfully asked, rather than “ordered”

The right to goodwill from your partner

The right to live free from angry outbursts and rage

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